December 18, 2019
This is the most hate-filled fat-shaming I’ve seen in days.
Overweight women could slash their risk of breast cancer by nearly a third by shedding some pounds, research suggests.
Scientists from the American Cancer Society looked at more than 180,000 women aged 50 or over.
Among those that needed to lose weight, shedding at least 19.8lbs (9kg) – and keeping it off – reduced the risk of developing the disease over the next nine years by 32%.
Even losing 4.6-to-9.9lbs (2.1-to-4.5kg) dashed the odds by 19%, the results show.
“Our results suggest even a modest amount of sustained weight loss is associated with lower breast cancer risk for women over 50,” lead author Dr Lauren Teras said.
One in eight women in the UK and US will develop breast cancer at some point in their lives, statistics show.
Being overweight or obese is “clearly linked” with the disease, as well as tumours of the colon, rectum, womb lining, oesophagus, kidneys and pancreas, according to the American Cancer Society.
This is concerning given that 58% of women in England alone were overweight or obese in 2015, NHS Digital statistics show.
The scientists felt most studies investigating weight and breast cancer were in younger women.
“Studies of weight loss from early to middle-to-later adulthood have mostly been null,” Dr Teras said.
I don’t know how these hate-filled researchers are still allowed to publish such things.
We know for a fact that women are healthy at any size. We know because the Jews told us so.
Just look at the new Victoria’s Secret ads:
Les Wexner, the Jew who owns Victoria’s Secret, wouldn’t be encouraging women to be obese if it was anything other than totally healthy.
The body positivity movement was started in the 1970s by Steve Post, a Jewish radio host who was fed up with people saying that being fat is unhealthy.
In 1967 a New York radio host named Steve Post held a “fat-in” in Central Park. He described the purpose of the event “was to protest discrimination against the fat.” Five Months after the “fat-in” an author by the name of Lew Louderback composed an essay entitled “More People Should be Fat!” as a result of him witnessing the discrimination his wife experienced as a result of her size. The piece initiated a new movement with goals of correcting fat-shaming, and the belief that being fat is always indicative of being unhealthy. The essay shed light on the discrimination fat people experience in America, and the culture surrounding fat-shaming. Louderback’s contribution inspired the creation of the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance in 1969 by Bill Fabrey, with the mission of ending discrimination based on body weight. The National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA) was also dedicated to changing the dialogue surrounding obesity and health, and spread awareness of the distinction between being fat and being unhealthily obese. Health at Every Size (HAES) is an initiative that resulted from the creation of NAAFA, and set forth the concept that health is better determined by medical testing (e. g. heart rate and blood pressure) rather than empirical observation of one’s weight.
There is one thing people need to understand about the Jews: they don’t lie, ever, and they would never hurt a single goyim, under any circumstances.
Note: Most breast cancer is caused by birth control pills. And that is research they literally won’t do anymore. Because if these women get off of the pill, then the ride simply ends. There is no way to keep feminism going without the pill.